The Sea - Section 2: Part 2 (pp. 109-136) Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: Part 2 (pp. 109-136) Summary

The narrator here describes his experience with Chloe at the cafy after the film, last referred to at the end of Section 2: Part 1. As he describes in detail the cafy's proprietor, his and Chloe's sodas, and his sentimental pleasure at hearing Chloe hum the popular, romantic songs of the time, he realizes he's blending two visits to the cafy into one, but continues with his reminiscence anyway. He wonders how Mrs. Grace would feel if she were aware that he had transferred his affection for her to Chloe, and then comments that she probably wouldn't care, suggesting that love (for that is what he believes he feels for Chloe) is fickle by nature. He goes on to write at detailed length about Chloe's tendency towards cruel violence, how she accepted and manipulated his love for her without...

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